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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER. SATURDAY AUGUST 18 1006
PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. 12EMS OF INTEREST CONCEHA JAG HEW HAVEN PEOPLE Aad Otber People Kiotra ta This City -Iniereitljjg; geelal E' rents Den and Elstwher. Mrs. Thomas P. Gibbous, who with her niece. Miss May Whitney, has been at Pausaconaway Inn, York Cliffs, He., all Bummer, will return to New Haven to-day. Mrs. Gibbons will spend the remainder of the summer at Twi light park, New York. Mrs. James Nichols, of Union City, Is spending the week with her sister, Mrs. Fannie Leavenworth of George street, I West Haven. The marriage orf Miss Alice 3.1. Lutz j to William Hugo is to take place next ! Sunday at the home of the bride, 76 Sylvan avenue. Mies Lutz is the : daughter of Fred. W. Lutz, the well known grocer. Mr. Hugo is the son i of the Crown street merchant, Simon Hugo. The wedding is to be a. pretty . home affair and is to take place in the afternoon. ' Miss Isabel Tolles and Miss Kather Ine Stevenson of West Haven have re turned from a two weeks' outing spent at Lake Sunapee, New Hampshire. , Among the Branford people who took advantage of the excursion to Mt. Tom Thursday and thoroughly enjoyed an ideal, summer day on the beautiful mountain were Mr. and Mrs. George S. Pond and niece, Miss Leete of Brook lyn, Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Sperry, Short Beach; Mrs. Eli Rogers, Miss Agnes Matthews, Mrs. H. W. Hubbard,, Mrs. Frank Jerold, Miss Olive Jerold, Miss Florence Augur, the Misses Baker, the Mlsees Ward, Mrs. Nichols Terhune, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Evans, New York; Mrs. J. Bvarts. Mr. William Spencer of Chicago, whoso wife was stricken with paralysis on Sunday, arrived yesterday morning from that place. The daughter of Julian Kraffert of Clinton and a young man, whose name was not learned, was thrown from a wagon on Railroad avenue, Clinton, Wednesday evening at about 7 o'clock. The horse was frightened hy a train near the station, and ran at a furious gait up High street, homeward bound to Kelseytown, where Mr. Kraffert and family live. The occupants of the wag on were baly bruised, but started to walk. Mr. A. Snow took them home In his wagon. The young girl's arm was cut and Weeding, hut fortunately not seriously Injured. The customary annual picnic, of the Hammer, Hutchinson and Wilford fam ilies was held at iPawson park Thurs day. The party, Which this year in cluded Mesers. Lutz and Jameson of the new steel furnace company and their famines, numbering twenty-five In all, went down to the park in the j' Hammer touring car and the Hutchin son launch." Supper was served on the rocks. Mr. and Mrs. Lutz and Mr. and Mrs. Jameson, recent arrivals at Bran ford, ,are enchanted with th.9 Branford coast. Miss Loretta HJggins of Shelton Is spending her vacation at her home In Klrkham street, Branford. Another guesi ac me ixitrgins reanutMiutr ia ivuss Julia Nolan of Paterson, N. J. Judge Livingston W. Cleaveland re turned Wednesday from a very enjoy able trip to Lake Chautauqua, Toronto, Canada, and Niagara Falla Patrick Welch, John Lyons and Oeorge Bence of Westvllle started Thursday for a pleasure trip up the Connecticut river. At the last semi-monthly supper at the Baptist church of Clinton by the Ladles' Aid society on Wednesday there was a OParnharn reunion, a number of those present being members and some past members from out of town, and relatives of deceased members of this church. Mr. and Mrs. Carlton' Stanford of Fitch'burg, Mass., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blanda of Fitch street, Westvllle. Mrs. IGertrude Pendleton and children of this city are spending a few weeks with Mr. Theodore Hurlburt, Mr. Pen dleton's father In Somerville, Conn. Miss Millie Bull of New York Is the guest of her brother, Ezra Bull, and wife, at their home In Maple street, street, West Haven. Miss .Alice Walker, who has been visiting friends for several weeks at Cayuga Lake, New York, will spend the rest of the summer at Plymouth, Mass. v Mrs. A. S. Spalding of Newark, N. J., is visiting Mlse Dora Smith, of Whalley avenue, Westville. A. H. Farr of this city attended the ibig reunion at the old New Salem academy In New Salem, Mass., Thurs day. ; The Rev. F. H. L. Hammond, pastor of the Methodist church, of West Ha ven, with his wife and children, are spending a week at Woodmont. This evening the Woman's Improve ment society of Short Beach will give a concert and entertainment at Speh's Granite Bay hotel. This will be the third of the series, and a very Interest ing programme is being arranged, and " will include seleotions by the Stanley (Male quartette, solos by May Bradley of New Haven, the dance of French dolls and piano selections by F. D. Adams, jr., followed by dancing. Mrs. LaigMon, who has had a very enjoyable visit with Mrs. G. W. Shan non of Savin avenue, will soon return So her home In the East. The Misses Hoyt of Dwight street are at Professor Beers' cottage at Mul berry Point, Sachem's head, for the re mainder of the season. Mrs. P. J. Carney and children of Branford are spending a few weeks on a fanrn at Kent, having left there Wednesday. Miss Edythe Downs, of Willard weeks in Pine Plains, N. Y. Mir. L. C. Pfaff, senior member of the firm of that name on Church Btreet, Is to take a vacation very short ly. He will probably go to Litchfield, where has been many times before, emd then make a 'tour of Pennsylvania. George Mitchell of West Haven, who has been spending the last ten days at Lone Star camp, Rocky Beach, has returned to his home in New York city. Mr. Austin Hawea, who has been (tate forester here for several years, will give up his position soon and sail September 1 for Europe, where he ex pects to travel and study In Germany tor some time. Mr. Hawes lias been very popular in New Haven, and will be greatly missed. SEE $25,000 worth of Merchandize must' be sold at once We're making the Suit Room larger and moving the Boys' Clothing Store on to the second floor, so that things aren't running quite as smoothly here as they, will be in a few weeks. $25,000 Worth, of merchandize has got to go at once and we are willing that it shall go for a big lot less than it's worth. What is most important, the fall importations are begining to arrive and we're cramped for space. Many of today's PRICES are HALVED; Children's Hats- Hats and Bonnets for 6 months to S year children are to go at HALF PRICE exactly; 50c for $1.C0 Bonnets $1 for $2.00 Bonnets 63cts for a $1.25 Hat $1.50 for a $2.98 Hat $2.50 for a $5.00 Hat -Dresses $1.49- $1.98 they are, and because some of these new French Per cale Shirtwaist Dresses got a little dust soiled during the con fusion of altering the Suit Room, we've marked them down to $1.49 Each. Sizes 34 to 44 are here. ' Children's Dresses- Yet another clearance of importance to you who own little tots of from 6 months to 5 years, is this of pretty White Dresses. The price range is $1 to $7 We've taken One-Third OFF the price of each dress. You will see the figures. Men's U'derwear: Men! Do you want to look ahead a bit? If you do, come get this Fleeced and Merino Underwear that has nev er been and never will be sold for less than 50 cents for 29 cents Each, because it's a little dust soiled. -Children's Coals- Linen, Pique, Pongee and Lingerie Coats an absolute clear ance sale of 6 months to 5 year Children's Coats that i..jst be sold on Saturday. Price range from 50cts to $1.50 The Coats were priced 98cts to $5.0C In the Muslin Underwear section. -Black Petticoats- $2.50 and $2.98 Skirts for $1.98 Stylish, Black Sateen Skirts, so li!r silk in cut and material that you'd not know them fron i ka foot away. They all hivj extra dust ruffles. What fine Autumn and Winter Skirls they'd make. Underwear Our 75ct Lisle Ribbed Shirts and Drawers for 39cts. The Shirts all beautifully silk faced and with French neck, and the Drawers are sateen faced.have double gusset and suspender tapes. AH sizes are here. One of the biggest bargains of the day at 39cts a Garment. -New Shirk 75ct Neglige Shirts 49cts Each. H ve an early, advance autumn sale of Neglige Shirts says the mafe;' buy several hundred dozen of these and I'll put them In .at a price for you and let you make a stir in New Haven. . The Shirts are made of madras and are all in black and white effects; stripes and plaids and figures; handsome pat terns and the patterns that will be worn this fall and winter. There never was such Neglige Shirts at 49cts. Underwear Genuine Otis' Lisle Thread Shirts and Drawers, the Shirts are silk faced, and the Drawers have the Otis' double gusset. All sizes are here, 75ct Underwear, for 39 cents a Garment Little Clearance Lots Picked Up Here And There Post Cards Post Card Albums with fancy covers.hold 200 postals, just a little counter-soiled; were 98 cents, for 59cts Each. Stationery Eaton Hurlbut's Kard Linen Stationery, in pound packages, white and blu;, regular ly sold at 25c lb. For 18c Lb. Envelopes to match, with deep pointed flap, regularly 10c, for 8cts Package. -Bags- A lot of Morocco and Pin Seal Carriage Bags, with leather covered and gilt frames, black and colors, $1 regularly, for 59cts Bags A lot of Patent Leather and Seal Grain Bags, carriage and vanity styles, regularly sold at 50cts, for 37cts. White BeltS Embroidered, Pure Linen Belts, hand worked eyelets, with square gilt buckles, all sizes, 24 to 30 inch. 39c value for 17cts Picture Frames Florentine Gold Picture Frames, cabinet size, square and oval openings, regularly ' sold at 50cts, for 33c Each. Hat Bleach Quaker Straw Bleach for cleaning Straw Hats, regularly sold at 15c. For 5c Box Toilet Soap Box of Three Cakes Lettuce Toilet Soap, regularly lOcts. Closing at 6cts Box Mouth Wash Antiseptic Borine Mouth Wash, regularly sold at 19cts. Closing out at 9c Bottle. Tooth FlOSS Japanese Tooth Silk, put up in neat little convenient tin box, 10c value, for Sets Charcoal Tablets Pure Willow Ch rcoai Tablets; relieves dyspepsia and indigestion, 25c size for 13c Manicure Sets 25c size Regna Manicure Sets, handy box on your vacation trip. Complete outfit 15c Medicated Soap Lamers' Lion Soap for relieving does end cats of fleas, regu'arly 25c," for 17c C?V Pretty Lawns Some mifhty pretty Dress Fatterns lure to be picked up among these 15ct C jlored Lawns that are goin at 9cts a Yard. White Goods We've extended the selling of those beau tiful, new 25c White Madrasses, Cheviots, and Dotted Swisses, the advance autumn patterns they are, into Saturday, at 19c Yd -White Waists Beauty White Lingerie Waists, a broken size lot, and some heavier white poplin o'jes that would make admirable waists for aut umn and winter use, $1.25 to $2.25 Waists. For 99 cents Each Black Goods 38 to 40 Inch All-wool Black Panama and Armure Cloth, hard-twisted durable stuffs, splendidly adapted for suitings and for separate skirts just m. 59cts Yard -White Shirts- Another chance men, to get these White Pleated and Tucked Bosom Neglige Shirts, for 49cts. Even in our biggest sales these pmellent Shirts have never been offered for ' ;s All have the hall marks of $1 shirts. White Dresses Another clearance lot and the last we shall have of these stylish White Linene' Shirt waist Suits that were $3.50 and that are marded down to sell fast, as low as $1.98 Boys Suits Only five sizes; 8, 9, 12. 14 and 16 vears, in a small group of Knickerbocker Trouser Suits, that were $5.50 and that, are Being closed out at $3.98. Fine School Suits these Boys' Suits $5.50, $6 Suits $3.98 Double-Breasted Suits for 8 to 16 year boys, made of alrwool fancy mixed cheviot; these are ideal schbol suits and we don't know when again they'll be so Low-Priced. "Peter Pan" Waists Made of the very best and the finest grade of mercerized imported madras in very deli cate figures and patterns; beauty Waists for Autumn, reduced from $2,25 to $1.49 We are the only store in New Haven that sells the Celebrated Queen Quality Oxford Ties and Pumps over a hundred styles to 1 choose from at $2.50, $3 and $3.50 a Pair. Miss Fowler, clerk in the West Ha ven postoffice, left Thursday for her annual vacation, which she -will spend in Woodbury, Oonu. . Ml I Sfeur YZ I CAVE-DWEUJERS OF LONDON. People who cannot afford to dwell in a room must live in a cellar. There are many famiilfes tn London who In habit these darli an airlees dungeons. They eat and live and sleep below the level of the foul pavements, and the tainted waiter soaks up through the brick floor and oozes upon the wall, lien dwelt In. caves 'before civilization began-; the process of devMHsalion in every great city has brought their de scendants to lower deeps of savagery. For the cave-door of the savage opens i l?T?KTr3:17"j;?:B8 ,ut the JIJ:M. ..MV'Wtoi. upon great spaces of free afcr; but June 24. 19u6 Yojk 4:33, .4:46, MiSB, k".2' 9i2?p- Sundays- :88, 4:4, 6:19, xH6 .6:60. ?:es, ip.H, 8:80, iLVh 12:0B n'Sht, daily. HartfoM and WU11- 10:02 " m- m- w London mnA JrtT H:37, yil:S7, , 4:18. 4A0. luntoyg i :17.8 :4S, slit of window a t.h t,oo it It;os a- m- 2:62, 4:60. 8:48 o. m close Uooks upon a noisome alley or i courtyard. There is a certain paved passage in me eaei-end which slants down from j roaring, crowded street into a dinj &q-uare. un the left as you go down 1 towards 1:07 a. m.. .b'S d. m. , -- AJ ,4U I). m pavement covers the little well ,,on ' .n.?7 A?aol.. ?r-:Ji tM. which lnov. a Uii. i'JJt' JV.i. n:W, BW w VA.11U.1 HiUWV. ana tilth and stray paper Alter lth,n Cl-QHnn. 4.4- - . n. . the window is clotted with mire. Now i glf H: l$S?x& m. SSZ a.inx asaii, a UUBSy llnt US6a tO glllTl.- mer In the pane. through ) JIV! .Sf? ,?arj0k)j 4:18, :B(k, B:J5, Within, In the cellar of the crazv. Obsoure hlock of houses that defiled the air there lived for years actually for years a widow lady with her two little girls. Her husband, I grieve to say, had been a member of a learned pro fession. By stages-needless to arace, he fell into poverty and degradation, and then died, leaving his family to tally destitute. Her suffering musi have affected the Intellect of the poor lady w.hb was thug left with two small girls; but no one save herself knew the circumstances which drove her to hide herself, like a wounded animal, fiercely grasping her young. . I can 'but record the fact. The lady earned a wretched pittance by inces sant sewing. She used to steal forth by night 'to and from the shop of her employers. The children she kept pris oned in the collar, lest they should toe contaminated toy the Inhabitants of that vile district. She would sooner have had them die, and. so she pre ferred the risk of death. And they would have died had not th charita ble ladles of a certain mosislon discov ered the little .castaway famUy tn the cellar. The place was kept as clean as such a place could toe. The 'two little were washed and neat Tihe case of the widow and her chil dren la exceptional. But why? Not because they dwelt In a celtar. There is nothing unusual in that circum stance. It 1 exceptional because of the character of these pitiable cave dwellers. They suffered intensely, you eee, because Shey had knowledge of what life milght be. t was that knowledge which drove the poor lady partly out of her wits. Now observe the measure of that suffering gives' some Indication of the Immense wrong Inflicted on the helpless 3iUdren ,0f th poor 'because it to the result of com paring a state of Intolerable degrada tion with a condltJon .not of opulence 01 of splendor-but of ordinary life among what are called the middle classes. djond onStaaidard. :B4 p. m. Wot Mlddlatonn, Wllllmnnttc, eto m" c1:0 -8 Worcester). 6:02 p. m. Bundays 7:20 p. tn. .1!'.? Bfcelbuane etov 1:110 a. jn BATmH&Tti0r :00' 6:00 Saturday only), S:8B, 4:18a. H:W (ex cept Saturday), 8:18, 8:00? TiT lilia fat .ltiKISSV'Ji0, "4 -m- For Wiitertmry--6:58, 8:00, !85, 9 :4 a. m 12:10, 8:85, B:18, T;40?11:SO rZ Sundays 8:80, W:85 a. m, 6:40, t:i p. m. For Wlnsted :B8, 9; a. nv. lSdd. :S5. 6:18, T:40 p. m, Bnnfiy25fo Z ta., 6:40 p. m. For Plttsfleld and Vntermelat Potatt 6:00(Tla Briaseport), 9:85 a. m. :1S p. m. Sundays SiCO a. m. Batur flayii, 3:00 p. tn. For tttthOeld 885 tL. ip,, R:0 (ax cept Satiwday) p. m. Statuafaay, i:0, :1B p. m. Sundays, 8:00 m. Express tralus, Upador car UmJWd. DC. KEIARD, Oen, Bupt. Asst Gen. Baa Afft if Ira KtenlHt-Uu RATES KEDTCHH), 7Ss U Htm Twrkt UiSCUKSIOW TlCKJDl'S, VtSl. I Steamer Richard Peck, Belle Desk ItM a. ok, Omit? ezioept Monday Faesengera nuay ' bo&rd t8in at any time after lOiOO p. w. From New York Steamer leaeg !jler 20 East River, foot of Peck Stla 8:45 p. tn., foot Basts KM Btreet 8i00 pjiu dally except Sunday. .,. i SUNDAYS Until geotcmher ftfk. Inc., ltava toot Peok slip 9:80 a. m., foot juaBi sua Bireui iviira a, m, leave Mew ayon 4t80 D. m. Time between New - Turk end NV Bavou abcut five boure. For tickets and etatejaooma apply a the office on Delia Dock: also at Blihon & Co., 185 Oranse street and on steamer. The 5BW BNUbANB NAYIQATI1V CO. ws u. uinei Agent, new lievev. "Pa," asked little Willie, looking up from his book, "what are 'gastronom ies?' " ! "Oh er lemme see," said pa, "Oh, they're these country Jaya that blow out the gas." PMlaflelphla Ledger. l-tl The Committer on Retrenchment an Reform of the Board of Aldermen will hold a public bearing- Tuesday, Aug. 21( 1806, at S o'olock p. m., 1A Room 10-11, City Hall, for the purpose of consider ing the petition of Anthony Carroll for the appointment of a Committee to in vestigate the cost of the Inspection of the Soranton Street Bohool. All persons interested In the forego Ing are hereby notified to be present and to be nearo tnereon wnnout -iur thr notice. Per order AtiDBBMBN JOHN H. COURTNEY, unatrmin. Attest: AMBROSE V. al8 St Assistant City Clerk Last Popular Excursion of the season to . NEWPORT via Rail and Steamer Thursday, August 23rd. Train leaves via New London and steamer CITY OF LOWELL li-Jm a- a. mnat HrH ffJltftll flail. Una, ilLfl rVlIlQ " ...'v ,3 --. uu at Newport 1:30 p. m., allowing' three hours for a tour of this beautiful city, Rate of Fare for Round Trio, $1.50 Number of tickets Strictly limited COWCERT O'V STE1A.MBR. nud music for dancta:. Refreshments on Boat at Reasonable i'rices. RETURNING teamer will leave NKAVPORT nt 4!'J(I p. m. The N. Y.,N. H. & H. R. R. Co, F. C. COI.EY, ' Ans't Gen'l Vaitaeagtr Agent. ln'8 N.Y.&.N.H.IiriM AILT EXKFrA-fOfelisT: JMSaKtfUKH AMI VKEIGH'V HEJaVtCB Leaves Mew Baven 10:18 p. Wu. Starla PM, foot or Brown Jreet. Leavn tic)Sot 81.85. Itoom sjl.00. Take ChB- m oiree oie w nwwoir otreei. C. 11. nSflKH, A seat, II 3H AND-AMERICA LINE fl New York-Rotterdam via Boulogne I I Sailings Wednesdays per sailing liB Btaten m.AUff.23 Noordfm. Rnwt i ynaam, Aug. 29 ; ji. Araerm, Sept 19 ' Potsdam, Sept. 5 Statsm'm, Sept 26 ' Jtollnnd-Aiuerlra Line, 39 D'dwaj-, It. Y. Bishop & Co.. 186 Orange St; Newton & ) tfcX& 8i.rali?e St"; M- Sunder & Son, 249-251 State St.; C. Buseman. 71 Or-( ange St., Agenfs. Montattk Steamlmat Cq.'s Usig ' Hetweea (tew una unom. port, Shelte latantf mid Vug llar uor, 1-onft lalamd. ETEAMER NANTA3KET f Pa seen. era only) leawea New Louflon week, flays W a, pa. (Saw Harbor uret landing l-?0 p. m. Leaves Sag Hartwr- 8:29 a. TRAtlRmkA.t5NSETT (trolly catrles passengers, eo're8 Nw lnJii weekdays In., UaCes Bag Uarbe 1J:36 p. m. FRENCH I IMF - mm .m m Compognte Genernle Trnnnotlontlqne. Direct Line to HAVRE PARIS, Franca Sailing every THURSDAY, 1 a. m. From pier ii, North River New Tork. La Touraine. Aug. 23 La Savoie Ang. 29 La Provence Sept 6 La Lorraine...., Sept. 13 La Tourralne. Sept. 2(li La Bretagne Sept 15 Twin-screw steamers. Apply to French Line, 32 Br'dway, N, Y. or Sweezey & Kelseyj 102 Church St., Bisbop & Co., 188 Oranffe St., Parish & Co., 86 Orange St. COMPRESSED AIR Carpet Cleaning Wo rks No. 1M COURT STHEHT. Carpets called for and dellvefed. Carpets eleaned and laid, also made over, in fact everything done in the Carpet line. Carpets Cleaned without removed bl most approved method. All work satisfactorily and premptlj Boi.e. Telephone call 1882-J Mrs. Hedges of Middletown is spend ing a vacation at the home of her mother, Mrs. Danforth of Montowese street, Branford. Stone J. Bergstrom of New Britain and formerly manager of Woodcock's store In Branford, Is spending a few days with friends in the latter place. Miss Alice Clark, daughter of Pro fessor John E. Claris, formerly profess or of mathematics at Yale, who Is vis iting friends in New Haven, has re turned to her home in Springfield. IMrs. James 'Nichols of Union City is spending the week with her sister, Mrs. 'Fannie Leavenworth of George street, West Haven. Vera Welch of Whalley avenue, West ville, is visiting in Seymour. Miss 'Edith Monson and Miss Ethel Mon son of Hillhouse avenue left the first of the week for Europe. They will bo away about a month. The Misses EUie and Emma Town- send of Watenbury are the guests of their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Wal ter Law, at their cottage at Woody Crest, West Haven. Mrs. Joseph C. Sperry of Clinton has returned from a visit to relatives in New Canaan and Brooklyn, N. T. 'Miss Florence Rioliardeon and Mas ter iEnoeh Richardson of 62 Whalley avenue, Westville, are visiting their aunt, Mrs. Elizabeth Spencer of Say 4rook, Conn. Rev. Dr. G. Brlnley Morgan is at the Sunset Hill house, Sugar Hill, New Hampshire. Miss Bith O'Neill, has been spending two weeks with friends In Woodbury, has returned to her home on Wallace street. Mr. J. A. Noreross, secretary of the New Haven Gas company, has re turned from a three weeks' vacation in the forests of Maine. Mr. and Mrs. Noreross stayed mostly at Sebec Lake a delightful mountain resort in the northern part of Maine. They report a most enjoyable time and vere warm ly welcomed by their many friends in this city. A number of youirg men from the Y. M. C. A. are going for a week's vaca tion to Silver Bay next Friday, Aug ust 24. They are A. E. Rutledge, F. Hoyt, H. C. Ross, A. K. Woodstock, Arthur Wiborg and Charles Yaeger. ',The party will ijVe in tents and fuUy enjoy camp life. Most of the men have toeen there in previous years and look to their outing with anticipation of a reat time. Silver Bay is a sort of sumnmer headquarters for the national association men, and has unparalleled facilities as an association resort. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pyke have re turned to their home in Nw York, after spending a part of the summer at Miss Prindle's cottage at Savin Rock. Miss Eugene Gold of Westville has returned from a week's stay m .vtnili sori. Miss Helen Goodman and the Misses Rothchild of this city are spending a few weeks in Litchfield. IMiss Louise Coe, of Brooklyn, N. Y., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Coe of Elm street, West Haven. It was stated Thursday that the an nual fair of the Blues was to be held: during Thanksgiving week, the date not having been set as yet. A commit tee hag been appointed, however, to take charge of the affair. Lieutenant Bowtten was appointed the chairman of the committee. The members of the company have recently returned from their trip to New York and are very grateful to General Mills, superintend ent of W6t Point for the kind way in which he showed them the many dif ferent features of the place. They also express great pleasure over their trip, and regard it as a great suocess. The Recfeatfon Touts BLOCK ISLAND, three-day trlpa, jb.SO Aug. 18-25, sept. 1, GLEN SUMMIT and MAUCH CHUNK four-day trips $18.00 Aug 31. COTTAGE CITY, fire-day trips. . .$17.00 Aug. 27. WHITE MOUNTAINS, five-day tripe... Aug. 20, Sept. 3. S22.00 SARATOGA SPRINGS, 4 or 6-day trlpa $12.60 and 915.S0 Aug. 20-27, Sept 3. AUSABLE CHASM, 6-doy trips. .928.00 Aug. 20-27, Sept 3. NIAGARA FALLS, foar-ilay trip, Q24.00 Tuesday, August 31st ATLANTIC CITY, O-day trips $22 Aug. 27, Sept. 10. NIAGARA FALLS and THOUSAND ISLANDS, S-day trip- $35,00 Tuesday, Aug. 21. MONTREAL, QUEBEC and WHITE MOUNTAINS 52 7-day trip, Sept. 11. for THE NEW ENGLAND TOURIST, d escribing all tours, call or address The Recreation Tourist Co.